Having a Conversation

June 16, 2018

The art of conversation is interesting at this age……. The students are getting used to me now. Those that have opted to take extra sessions know how the start goes…. Jenny: “and how are you today?” Student: (99% of the time say…) “good” (Silence……) Jenny: “and what type of good is that good?” Student: (looking […]

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Harvesting our Potatoes!

We have had a very exciting week harvesting our potatoes! Unfortunately our crops were rather light this year … Mrs Frith’s children grew 680g Jester potatoes and Mrs Lock’s children grew 580g … about half the normal crop! We rummaged about in the soil to find them … many were hidden from view, and then […]

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Sports Day

Thursday 21 June 10.30am – Nursery & Reception Sports 1.30pm – Years 1 & 2 Please can children bring in NAMED water bottles There will be no after school clubs Years 1 & 2 children should be wearing a T shirt in their house colour. This can be a home T-shirt as long as the […]

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Stars of the Week

Yr 2 EPS/CO – George L – Good extended writing Yr 2 DP – Michael – Good focus & concentration completing topic tasks Yr 1 CF – Sammy – Beautiful art work Yr 1 HL – Beau – Working more independently in Maths Rec JD – Ethan – Amazing effort in swimming! Rec DB – […]

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Good Manners Table

2 EPS/CO Darcy 2 DP Max 1 CF George W 1 HL Matilda Rec JD Louis Rec DB Jack Children who are invited to the Good Manners Table do have to have good manners! Holding and using cutlery correctly, no elbows on the table, not talking with a mouthful … these are just some of […]

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A very pleasing week!

Following my week in the South of France with Year 8 children, who were enjoying the traditional and well-deserved water sports holiday following their final exams, I struggled to put on a suit and tie on Monday, having spent the previous week in T-shirts and shorts even though it was a generally wet week! The […]

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Places on a World Map

June 13, 2018

We have been working hard to count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s using money and a 100 square, looking at the patterns that the numbers make. We have been writing about our exciting holidays using different ways to start our sentences, for example trying to use next, after that, eventually to make our sentences more […]

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Horley & Copthorne Carnivals

A huge thank you to the Skelton, Flood, Willsher, Brooke & Grace families for the hours spent constructing the trailer for the Horley (Sat 16 June) and Copthorne (Sat 30 June) Carnivals.  If you look beyond the tennis courts you can see the blue tarpaulin … under this is the finished trailer ready for use!  […]

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